(Video) The Aga Khan Ensemble in a workshop with Lisbon musicians.
Students of Aga Khan Academy Hyderabad of the advanced Fredric Roberts Photography Workshop spent the last week
Mohandez, the Canadian society of Iranian engineers and architects, sponsored Kanani’s lectures at Toronto’s Aga Khan Museum and an Iranian community centre.
With Gurpreet Chana on tabla, Justin Gray on Bass Veena and Azalea Ray on vocals – unplugged at Toronto’s prestigious Aga Khan Museum welcoming Legendary Sufi songtress Abida Parveen.
Lovers of literature might want to block off July 12 on their calendar because that’s when two-time Giller Prize winner M.G. Vassanji will speak at the festival.
Ayaz Pirani was born in Musoma, Tanzania, to parents born in Kapsabet, Kenya, and Tanga, Tanzania.
Conceived by the Aga Khan Music Initiative and the Aga Khan Foundation, in partnership with Om Habibeh Foundation, Aswan Music Project aims to harness tremendous power of music and arts education
The students of the indigenous music school Bulbulik in Gojal Valley, Gilgit is making efforts to revive musical traditions
Syrian Symphony: New Compositions In Sight And Sound, at Aga Khan Museum, May 20 to August 17.
Prince Amyn Aga Khan, delivered his remarks at the Museum of Anthropology, University of British Columbia
A new perceptive and explorative exhibition is hitting the Museum of Anthropology at UBC.
On Thursday, May 11, 2017, Prince Amyn Aga Khan delivered his remarks at Museum of Anthropology, UBC. Click to listen to the audio.
Musical Maestro from Houston, the popular Kamal Haji and his team presents. Click to listen.
We’re excited to announce that at 7:15 pm Vancouver local time tonight, Prince Amyn Aga…
For those of you who can’t make it to the opening tonight, tune in to the MOA FB page to check out live stream.
“The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) introduced mosques in Madinah as a multi-dimensional space — as administrative office, shelter, educational institute and even as a nursing space.
Ismailimail’s Exclusive Interview with Ismaili artists, Junaid Alam & DJ Ghasuray (Saqlain Saleem).
Ismaili artist from Gilgit-Baltistan, DJ Ghasuray (Saqlain Saleem)’s latest, original: Red Carpet
On Saturday, January 23, Aga Khan Museum welcomed Ali Riza and Hüseyin Albayrak — modern-day troubadours and heirs of the “Ashik” tradition of Anatolia
“I am Printmaker, Painter and Photographer. My artwork is heavily drawn from my Indian culture, family and personal experiences.”
Shezana graduated from Northeastern University with a BA in Studio Arts and a concentration in painting.
“I started choreographing this piece back in June 2016 and finally brought it to life as part of Roots: A Journey Through India – my travelling stage show”
They came from Damascus, Aleppo, Banias, and beyond — and now they live in camps and abandoned buildings as Syria becomes a haunting memory. In this intimate and compelling drama, a Syrian woman prepares kibbeh in her kitchen while recounting tales of her vanished lover, bringing to life a land torn apart by civil war.
The PDF book associated with the event includes Ayaz Pirani’s poem ‘African Masks’.
In partnership with the Consulate General of Turkey in Toronto, Office of Culture and Information Affairs, the Aga Khan Museum to co-present an evening of Turkish music and dance.
Aga Khan Ensemble performed at the 10th Anniversary ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival with support from the Aga Khan Foundation
Aga Khan Ensemble at Serralves, Oporto
Music video for the track ‘I Wanna Fly’ Ft. Junaid Alam is here. Junaid Alam is a young Ismaili talent from Gilgit-Baltistan.
Traces of Words will take place in the Audain Gallery at MOA where contemporary artworks and Islamic calligraphic works from the Aga Khan Museum will be shared.
On the auspicious occasion of Yawm-e-Ali, Kamal Haji and the Houston Southwest Ismaili Band & Choir present, “YA ALI”, a devotional song in praise of Imam Ali(A.S).